Moles are a common type of growth on the skin that appears on almost everyone. They generally grow as small, brown spots during childhood and adolescence and may fade or disappear as you get older.
Moles are caused by clusters of pigmented cells called melanocytes and are generally harmless. On rare occasions, moles can become cancerous, so it is important to monitor them in order to detect early signs of malignant melanoma, a typical reason for seeking mole removal treatment.
While typically forming as a brown spot, facial moles(or ones on the body) can come in a range of different colours, shapes and sizes. Hormonal changes in adolescence and pregnancy may also cause moles to become bigger, darker, and more numerous.
Some moles can become large and unsightly, which is why it is common in the UK to consider facial mole removal surgery.
Mole excision is a common procedure which involves the removal of a mole, whether it be for aesthetic reasons or for health concerns, the procedure usually leaves a scar also, depending on how large the mole is.
Come into our Harley Street Aesthetic Clinic for professional body or facial mole removal in the UK.
We pride ourselves on being a professional aesthetic clinic specialising in facial mole treatment and mole removal, and offer various treatment options.